Campsites either at creek side or lake side, in trees or on open space. Gorgeous views of tree covered hills, Lake of the Ozarks, Clearwater Creek, and the farm.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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The perfect escape from the city !!
This place is magnificent. We stayed 14 days and so did not want to leave! Our hosts were welcoming, engaging, and kind.
The farm is well kept with amazingly friendly farm animals, including a miniature donkey, mini horse, baby mini mule, and more!
Kayaking, paddle boating, canoeing, fishing and just floating in the lake made the days race by. Don't miss hunting for arrowheads in the clear creek or the epic Saturday night bonfire. This place should be on your bucket list! We are definitely coming back!
D'Ranch was the best place we have camped in a long time!! Tracey was so nice and willing to talk to us even when she was busy. We camped in the cove that leads out to the Lake of the Ozarks, right on the water. Even though we could see the main house from our camp, we felt very alone and secluded from everyone/everything else. The animals were wonderful to hear and see every day, her dogs are very friendly. Tracey was a very gracious hostess and we will definitely be coming back again next year.
Lovely and relaxing place to camp!
Beautiful location, wonderful host. Loved the animals! Enjoyed kayaking. Such a great spot for some peace and quiet. Will definitely return!
Peaceful and off the beaten path
We stayed two nights at D Ranch and had a very good time. Tracey was warm, welcoming, and interesting to talk to. We parked our RV at the far end of the property, a narrow neck of land with a creek on one side and a finger of the lake on the other. It was cool during our stay and we did not venture out in the canoe or kayaks, so we did not get to see the main body of the lake. It was fun to see and be around the farm animals—horses, sheep, a cow, chickens, geese, ducks, a cow, and a couple of baby pigs. There were cats and a couple of friendly farm dogs around. Our favorites were the miniature horse and donkey, whose offspring is a miniature mule. The local wildlife is great too; we saw a bald eagle, kingfishers, vultures, and a couple of pairs of great blue herons who nest near by. It was late September and there were some Canada Geese stopping over on their way south, as well as a couple of white pelicans headed who knows where. The morning of our departure a small herd of deer came out of the woods to drink from the lake. Our stay at the ranch was peaceful and quiet. The only indications that others were in the are was when the occasional vehicle drove down a road on the other side of the creek and when military planes flew by from Whiteman Air Force Base. D Ranch is off the beaten path but is well worth the trip for those who love nature and animals.
Plan to return
The main purpose of this stay was to have access to Lake of the Ozarks and catch catfish Our host was kind enough to have firewood ready at our campsite. We look forward to returning next year after the little cabins are ready to rent and for some of our children and grandchildren to join us there. And perhaps we will again catch catfish like this weekend!